The lawmaker representing Lagos Central Senatorial District, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, won her Polling Unit 34, Ward 9, |Ikoyi. She scored 105 while her Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) challenger polled 21 votes.
NATIONAL Leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, yesterday, described the inability of the Smart Card Readers (SCRs) to accredit President Goodluck Jonathan as well as Governors Jonah Jang of Plateau, James Ngilari of Adamawa and Isa Yuguda of Bauchi, among others, during the presidential and National Assembly polls, as
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has demanded the use of card readers across the country for the extended presidential and National Assembly elections on Sunday, March 29, except in cases where the card readers fail to work. According to the Vanguard, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the National Publicity Secretary of the
The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress APC) in yesterday’s elections, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd), expressed satisfaction with the electoral process. Buhari spoke to journalists after his accreditation for the polls at Sarkinyara Ward A, Kaafar Baaru 0003 Polling Unit, Daura, Katsina State, at about 9.30am.
The day dawned bright and fair. Nigerians woke up, yesterday, with only one thing in their mind: To go out and peacefully elect their next president. The television stations came up live very early, affording Nigerians the opportunity to witness the main presidential candidates vote.
After observing the use of the Smart Card Readers (SCRs) for accreditation of voters in many voting units in Abuja, the European Union Election Monitoring Mission in Nigeria (EUEO-MIN), yesterday, gave a pass mark to the device, saying its deployment would check electoral fraud in Nigeria. The post EU hails
NIGERIANS should thank the Almighty that it was President Goodluck Jonathan, and not Maj-Gen Muhammadu Buhari, who had to spend the better part of an hour waiting for the smart card reader to unfold his biometric details. Four card readers after, several consultations and part-time tutorials on operating the machine,
Namadi Sambo and wife, Amina during accreditation Vice-President Namadi Sambo on Saturday commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for directing its officials to allow eligible voters with genuine Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to vote where card readers failed to function.
In what appears to be a frantic effort to combat pipeline vandalism in Nigeria, Lagos State chapter of Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC, has cried out that oil pipeline vandals are being sponsored by some powerful individuals in the country, a situation which has enabled them to procure
Time was when the sight of earth moving construction equipment was uncommon in Edo State. In particular, the first eight years of PDP administration in the state was standstill and characterized by inertia. In many cases, contractors never got to know their contract locations before certificates of completion were issued
Prof. Attahiru Jega, INEC Chairman Voting in Nigeria’s general election has been extended to Sunday in 300 out of 150,000 polling stations, the electoral commission said, after technical glitches marred polling nationwide.
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